Balancing paper quality, wholesale discounts and pricing for a children’s book requires careful consideration. Here are some key aspects to consider.
Browsing: Writing Resources
Getting libraries interested in your books involves presenting your work in a way that appeals to librarians. Here are some strategies to help you.
Several library review journals and magazines accept books for review. These publications play a role in helping librarians and readers discover new titles.
There are several prominent library associations and organizations around the world, here are some of the main library associations and organizations:
Here’s a curated list of some of the best online discussion sites where librarians gather to discuss and recommend books.
Vicki Willden-Lebrecht, founder and CEO of Bright Agency—an agency set up to do more than represent artists and authors—talks all about agenting.
Fairy tales and fables are timeless. Every culture and generation has many favorite stories fractured and re-woven into fresh stories.
Improve your child’s writing skills by spreading happiness with these amazing tips by Lizzie Mussoline, M. Ed. that will keep kids’ writing skills sharp.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Kid Lit: An Introduction to Literary Criticism, written by teacher, writer and editor Tom Durwood!
Here are activities for getting started on teaching kids about writer’s voice. Shared by Jasmine A. Stirling, author of A MOST CLEVER GIRL.